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of school tragedy continues tomorrow morning at 4:00 a.m. with a special edition of "good morning america." we'll have bay area reaction followed by another hour of "good morning america" at 7:00 and then the morning news at 8:00. >> we'll stay on top of this. >> it's going to be a chilly start especially inland. low 30s to mid 40s. partly cloudy by 8:00 a.m. mid 30s to 40s, rain coming in by the afternoon. >> dan: thanks very much. that is our report. "nightline" is next. >>> tonight on a special edition of "nightline," classroom tragedy. at least 20 young children and six adults shot and killed inside a connecticut elementary school. the worst shooting of its kind in history. we're eeg on the ground with parents, students and teachers, as a town and a nation grieves. >> the majority of those who died today were children, beautiful little kids between the ages of 5 and 10 years old.
known to be highly susceptible to flooding. >> america mess controversial sheriff is in hostile territory tonight. arizona joe arpaio in san francisco as an invited guest december bright strong public sentiment against him. lillian spoke with the sheriff who has made a name for himself bio posing illegal immigration. >>reporter: infamous sheriff hit the town tonight receiving san francisco style welcome at johns grill. customers were shocked to see him. >> kudo to san francisco the fact that we show the example of what he should be following which is embracing everyone. >>reporter: arpaio is elected sheriff of arizona maricopa a county for 20 years best known for aggressive stand against illegal immigration. niece san francisco to speak at the california alarm association at the park 55 hotel. >> i'm a little disappointed because from new hampshire to california every time i travel to give a speech i have demonstrators. i don't see any here. >>reporter: yet despite the lack of demonstrations sentiment against sheriff arpaio position is strong in san francisco. and that i
. >> not just made in america but made in san francisco. the company making items for 112 years and could be around for another century. >> leigh: hi there again, i'm leigh glaser. more rain is in my seven-day forecast. we'll look at that, plus a little >>> we know how americans don't manufacture products anymore but we found a contradiction in our own beak yard. in conjunction with the made in america search, we're searching for local examples and found an item that everyone uses. >> on one of san francisco roz proudest streets, here's a ven easterly name for you, a mattress company has that survived despite being around longer than all of us. >> where in china do you make your mattresses? >> we're in china? i don't think so. reporter: robin, the third generation, her grandfather, edward, was a mattress equipment saysman from chicago who came to san francisco in 1898 with his brother, leonard. if they were to visit the factory on minnesota street today they would be proud to see the company they offend still -- they founded still going strong. >> the benefit is we're in charge of the qua
of the american gun. across the nation, we go inside battleground america, the places awash with weapons, where police battle bloodshed in the streets and e.r. doctors have to count the bullet wounds. >> four. >> gun nation, families who bond by pulling the trigger. a 4-year-old child at home on the range. we'll take you to places where america's passion for guns runs
the guns used on the killing spree were bought legally. >> in america unless you have a felony conviction or you are adjudicated to be mentally income tent you have ready access to firearms. >> lanza joins the ranks of other mass shooters. the nation is left with a vexing question. how do you keep weapons from men like these when there is an estimated 200 million plus guns already in circulation? >> abc news is devoting next week to coverage of the tragedy "the search for solutions" starts tomorrow morning from 7:00 to 9:00. for the latest tune into the abc7 morning news at 4:30 a.m. >>> here in the bay area, many are turning to their churches for solace. thomas roman has the story. >> at morning mass at saint mary's could you they'd rail in -- cathedral this was written for the victims. he had prayers already planned. >> today is a day to pray, especially for all of those people that were masacred and for their families. >> a great violence has be fallen us again. >> he is the pastor of saint mary's people have come to mass not just to pray, but to try and make some sense of the evil tha
this mystery man be one of the big multimillion dollar lottery winners? tonight, the search for america's instant millionaires. >>> extreme lengths. she was born a dwarf, until a controversial and
america. in a bizarre tale of murder in paradise. plus, we go on the town with country queen loretta lynn. that's on "nightline." >>> well, a protest in egypt erupted in a deadly exchange by rocks and firebombs. opponents of mohamed morsi torched the offices with molotov cocktails. it started with a peaceful protest in cairo, but that ended when they chased off his opponents and then they faced off with rocks and weapons. 276 others were injured. it was sparked because the president passed laws to give himself near absolute power. >>> a woman who devoted her loif caring for others was gunned down. they found her body near sacramento and ward streets. tonight her family and friends are in mourning. leslie brinkley is at the imerkly -- is at the berkeley police department for us. leslie? >> reporter: that's right, carolyn. police tonight identify the victim as tift-year-old pam mullins of berkeley. she died at about this hour last night as she road her boy sickle. >> we got a call of possibly a bicyclist in an injury collision. >> reporter: that was 11:30 on tuesday night. when police arriv
:30 that night and vicky did not make it. she was one of the teachers that was killed. >> across america vigils like this one are popping up for grief-stricken people who feel the need to be together and reach out to the victims. >> i am going to say thank you for doing this for them. i know the people in connecticut would just love this. >> ♪ amazing grace >> it was also a chance for people to express themselves. several kids left letters letters and art work including an eight-year-old girl who made this sign. >> i decided to make the poster so i could make everybody feel happy and make sure everybody else is safe. >> before tonight many people didn't know where or how to begin mending their own hearts. tonight they found a starting point. in pleasanton, alan wang, abc7 news. >> stay with abc7 news for continuing coverage of the connecticut school tragedy. you can express your sympathy by posting this badge to your facebook wall. it is available on our page at facebook.com/abc7 news. >>> well, coming up next, bracing for the cold. the measures being taken right now to protect plants, people
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of america's progress. so we've got to get this done. >> in the event congress does not get it done, does not make a deal, here is how the physician physician -- the fiscal cliff could affect you. a middle class family would pay $2,000 more per year. gas prices will likely fall because people will spend less on fuel. you may see longer lines at the airports. budget cuts could leave the tsa with fewer checkpoint and retail prices may fall because declining consumer confidence would push down prices to get shoppers in the stores. we shall see. the clock is ticking. >>> moving on to something very different now. a young woman who was brutally gang raped and beaten in india has died of her injuries. the trauma to her body was too severe to overcome. and now in san francisco and around the world, a growing chorus demanding greater protection for women there. ama is here with the locale effort to force change. ama? >> the woman's name has not been made public, but people in india are calling her damini. in hin de it means lightning. it is planned as a peace vigil in honor of the rape survivor.
. they're cheap, they're no frills and they're setting up shop across america more than ever before. but can these bargain stores help you recover from your holiday shopping hangover? >>> one of the most mysterious and sought after artifacts in the bible. one of the greatest treasure hunts in human history. christiane amanpour takes us on a journey in search of the lost art. >>> bette and billy. to
with a call to put armed guards in america's schools as new york city's mayor michael bloomburg tells me he finds the plan ridiculous. that's on "nightline." >>> a san jose parent is worried children walking to school in her neighborhood will get hurt trying to dodge cars in a busy intersection. >> it is in south san jose where there are five schools near the intersection of center road and easy street. >> the i team's dan noyes has the story. >> neighborhood children try to navigate an anxious line of commuters every morning here at the corner of center road and easy street in san jose where there is no crosswalk. >> the cars don't even stop. if they do, i feel like i have to run because they are not stoping. >> there sbt much here to -- there isn't much here to separate cars and kids. we saw for ourselves how aggressive drivers use the entire stretch of this neighborhood road as a shortcut to get to capital expressway or the freeway. how students are forced to walk close to the busy expressway. some take their chances cutting between cars. car after car after car, blocking the way so kids
says the government should give america for christmas this year. >> hi, everyone, i'm leigh glaser. a little break for at least one day and then more rain is due back in here. if you are doing traveling across the state, we will look at that forecast. and even if you are heading >>> bart trains are running after a system wide power was knocked out twice today. a power shortage knocked out the computer system and back up generators a little after 9:00 and then again at 2:00 this afternoon. some riders were stranded an hour before the system was restored. >>> we could hear from the u.s. supreme court about whether it will take up same-sex marriage as early as tomorrow morning. the justices adjourned friday without announcing its plans. the court meets again on monday morning. one of the cases the judges may decide to hear involve california's proposition 8. that's a constitutional ban on gay marriage passed by voters four years ago. the moraga teen denied an eagle scout award because he is gay will be honored by state lawmakers. they spent 10 years working toward the award. last year
the different kinds of birds in north america. doctors are not surprised noting that the belly button isn't sterile. good to know. >>> we are finding out tonight that is significant number of overweight kids are bullied by adults. 42% of those who had experience being bullied reported it had been done by a sports coach. 37% reported being bullied by a parent and 37% a teacher. they found verbal teasing to be the most common form of bullying. >>> a christmas commercial for the british retailer marks and spencer is getting a lot of attention this holiday season. it may have launched a new star into orbit. >> the marks and spencer christmas ad is out, and five-year-old seth white is a happy, bouncing blur across the screen. in fact, you display to remind and because to see him. but that one shining moment grinning ear to ear is just where his mother wants him. >> they created where he is not singled out or labeled. i think that's why it has been so successful. >> he is the first child with down syndrome to be featured in a major brand's ad campaign in britain. his mother, carolyn, got the id
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